Its Skill Last eShop Selects of the year. Yep, the next time we do this, it’ll be 2023, even if we’ll be looking back at December’s games.
But let’s not go too far ahead! We have November to look back on — a month dominated by Pokémon, but Indie World’s first rollout means we have a few surprise releases on the eShop. Did any of them make a dent? Let’s explore the best games on Nintendo Life’s Switch eShop games from last month!
Three little gems — two of the cozy variety and one that seems appropriate as we’re in the midst of the World Cup season. Check out the potential stuns you might have missed…
Publishing company: Network XD / Developers: Free bird games
Kao Gan is a developer we know will make us cry. He did it with To the moonhe also did it with The story of a birdand he did it again with Looking for paradise. This sequel has final launched on Switch, and even if there are a few hiccups with the port, it doesn’t overshadow the good storytelling and great characters.
Originally released in 2017, there are still very few games that match the emotion, thoughtfulness and simplicity of this ‘series’. We gave Seeking Heaven well deserved 8/10 — now all we need to do is wait for the Imposter Factory to come to the Switch…
Publishing company: Deck 13 / Developers: Grumpy fox
An outstanding homage to the 3D platforms of the N64 and PSOne eras, moon is a big surprise this month. Tanuki Hana’s adventures are as addictive as our favorite anthology competitions, with bright colors and low polygon visuals that strike straight at our nostalgic hearts. But it has influences from games and platformer games of all time, from Super Mario Odyssey arrive Super mario 64.
The best part? This won’t even cost you $5.00. We gave the game a 9/10 in our rating — how often can you get a 9/10 for less than a year?
Publishing company: tunnel door game / Developers: tunnel door game
We’ve been waiting for months for Fraudulent Legacy 2 to switch to the Switch — and the wait was well worth it. Tell me how the original stands out Fraudulent legacy is, we shouldn’t be surprised that this is our favorite eShop game, but what to be surprisingly it was obscured on the day of the introduction of Indie World.
But we can’t complain — this sequel has exactly what a great sequel should do. Building on the already addictive foundation of the original, Rogue Legacy 2 throws at you even more. The legacy system is back and better than ever. The article is still funny. And there are new jobs and gameplay styles that will keep you coming back again and again.
The first game was one of the groundbreaking indie roguelikes, and this sequel is back to prove it’s still one of the best. With one Rating 9/10 from usWe completely agree.
How we decided on the eShop Pick the top three: As we approach the end of each month, Nintendo Life staff members will vote on their favorite titles from a list of games selected by the editorial team. To be eligible for this list, these games must have been released as digital-only Nintendo Switch eShop titles in that particular month and must be rated on Nintendo Life; We select eligible games based on their review scores.
Employees were then asked to vote for the three games they thought deserved to be at the top of that list; The first choice gets 3 points, the second choice gets 2 points and the third choice gets 1 point. These votes are then checked to create a top three list, with the overall winner taking the top prize of that month.